Linkedin just announced that they have changed the format of shared posts between its platform and users’ twitter accounts. Previously, by the user linking the two accounts, twitter posts could also post in linkedin as a status update, therefore allowing the user to post content without having to log into the platform.
Did you know that according to a recent study, an astounding percentage of businesses do not promote their social media profiles on their website? As simple as that may sound, most businesses tend to overlook [...]
Yesterday, Twitter announced the roll out of it’s new advertising platform geared towards small to medium sized businesses looking to get exposure to potential new followers. Although this new announcement is a broadening of the [...]
What can we learn from burritos when it comes to social media marketing? Well, it isn’t about the burrito itself, but rather it’s about the creative use of it to engage social media followers. While [...]